5. Homemade Low Sugar Protein Bars
Stay away from the “low-cal” protein bars available in the market. They are high in added sugar (in different and hidden forms) and are anything but good for you. But if you are in the habit of consuming a protein bar just 30 minutes before your workout, make it at home. You can make low sugar protein bars by adding muesli, oats, nuts, seeds, honey, almond butter, milk, and coconut flour. Mix them, shape them, and bake or freeze them.
6. Greek Yogurt And Fruit
A quick on-the-go pre-workout food is Greek yogurt and fruits. You can have it one hour before your workout starts. All you have to do is add some berries/peach/plum/oranges/apple/banana and a few dry fruits to yogurt. Mix well and consume it.